Does China's Afghan Foreign Policy Consitute a Grand Strategy?
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Conflicting priorities in shaping China's Afghan foreign policy prevent the formulation of a coherent Grant Strategy. Policy that fails to combine security, economic, and influence concerns will contain inherent weaknesses that could undermine all three. An effective strategy, therefore, must address these challenges with a comprehensive approach that maximizes political and economic benefits while minimizing loss.
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